5B01 Sending the Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing
The Chief of the FAAP Branch signs the Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing for a FAAP compliance evaluation and sends it by certified mail to the managing official of the functional or business unit selected for a compliance evaluation.298 The FAAP Branch Chief also mails a copy of the Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing to the corporate contact person identified in the FAAP agreement. Should a Scheduling Letter be received during the review and approval stages (i.e., after submission of the FAAP request but before the effective date of the agreement) the evaluation will be completed as an establishment-based evaluation. A contractor receiving a Scheduling Letter during the 120 calendar day FAAP implementation period may have its scheduled establishment-based compliance evaluation administratively closed.
The Itemized Listing requests only data supporting the functional or business unit selected for review. Prior to sending the Scheduling Letter notifying a functional or business unit of a scheduled compliance evaluation, the FAAP Branch will contact the corporate contact person to verify that the functional or business unit still exists, and to verify the name, title, mailing address and phone number of the managing official.
It is important to note that the contractor may also have standard establishment-based AAPs covering the remainder of its workforce. OFCCP will schedule compliance evaluations in accordance with the standard scheduling system for parts of a contractor’s workforce that are covered by establishment-based AAPs. If a region schedules a compliance evaluation of an establishment that is covered by a functional or business unit, the regional office and CO must contact the FAAP Branch to verify if the establishment is covered within an approved functional or business unit. The FAAP branch will advise the regional office and CO whether to administratively close the evaluation.
298. Figure F-3 – OFCCP Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing.